The best way to see if The Hun School is a good fit for you is to visit us in Princeton, New Jersey.
We encourage all prospective students and parents to visit us for a tour and interview. Middle School students are invited to spend the day with us and attend classes. Upper School students who visit, will have a more formal interview and tour. After spending time with a student host, you will meet with an admission counselor. You can ask us questions, we’ll ask you some questions, and we’ll get to know one another on a deeper level than just transcripts and test scores.
- Where is The Hun School located?
- What should I expect on my visit?
- What should I wear on my visit?
- How do I schedule my visit?
- Can I meet with a particular coach or teacher?
- What should I do if I have more questions?
Prospective Upper School students should plan to be on campus for about ninety minutes. A campus tour guide will show you several classrooms, STEM labs, dormitories, the dining hall, and our extracurricular facilities. Along the way, he or she will chat with you about life at The Hun School.
After that, you will meet individually with an admissions counselor. Your transcript, application, and recommendations will tell us about you as a student, but we want the chance to get to know you as a person who has unique interests, goals, and experiences.
Prospective Middle School students are invited to spend a day on campus with us.
Are you wondering what it’s like to be a student living away from home? Do you want to know about particular classes, activities, or clubs? Would you like to speak with a teacher, coach, or dorm parent? We have a whole host of faculty members and tour guides, called the Red Shield Society, who have varying experiences and interests, who can help answer your questions. Just let us know when you email us to set up your visit.
Did You Know?
The Hun School is the only boarding school within walking distance of downtown Princeton and Princeton University. We are conveniently located to Princeton Junction Train Station, Philadelphia Airport, and Newark Airport -- 43 miles from Philadelphia and 50 miles from New York City.